Police are under pressure to arrest opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema.
Information just received from police headquarters in Lusaka indicate that the PF government is piling pressure on the police to arrest him when he goes to meet them at 14 hours today.
Meanwhile, the police headquarters may turn into a battle ground as PF thugs from the Copperbelt plan to go and chant anti-Hichilema slogans. On the other hand, the Watchdog understands that UPND and MMD supporters are mobilising themselves to accompany Hichilema to the police and protect him from PF thugs who were ferried from the Copperbelt last night.
Some opposition leaders will also accompany Hichilema to the police in solidariy.
The International media will also be on the scene.
Hichilema is being questioned by police for his statement that the PF regime has signed a contract with the brutal government of Sudan to train Zambian youths in Millitia.
Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court for war crimes in Darfur region of Sudan.
The PF government has not come out clear on its relationship with Bashir, or whether it would arrest him if he entered Zambia.
Instead, the PF through its Secretary General Wynter Kabimba announced that it will send PF cadres for training at the Africa International University in Sudan.